The fifth edition of the Isolation Jam 2018 was a great success. With 5 participants in total we somehow managed to pump out more than 8 games over the course of 48 hours. But you can view them over at our itch.io page.
Great thanks to everyone that participated and helped make this into reality. I am already looking forward to seeing you, and others, next year!
Below you can also find a quick writeup on the games.
This is Coffee Basketball by
@Nothke. Use a big, round bowl as a sort-of-a-halfpipe to launch coffee beans into ‘goals’ for each player.
A realistic simulator on how it is to drive a car with a boat and sheep tied to it. Because why not?! Game by
Godot Split Screen Test
Not really a game, but a little tech demo by yours truly
@johannesgunnar experimenting with best ways to implement FPS split screen in the Godot Engine.
Icebeargs are Coming!
@Nothke. Polar bears are coming to Iceland via giant icebergs from Greenland and the north pole. Try to catch them with your helicopter and a fish and transport them to Greenland.
Not really a fan of shooting sheep? Well, what about shooting pellet sized sheep out of your gun and see them grow and roam around in the nature afterwards? Game by
Do you like digging stuff? Archeoloball was an interesting prototype by
@horatiu665 about digging in virtual reality and finding random stuff and throwing it into the opponent’s goal. This one did not make it onto our itch.io page but I wouldn’t be surprised if this idea will somehow make it into a VRUnicorns title some day. It wouldn’t be the first VRUnicorns mechanic made at Kollafoss.
Spell Reflect is an extremely tense two player game where keyboards get destroyed, by Benony Thor. This game was also submitted to the Game Makers Iceland Summer Jam and won!
Tooth Pick Guesser
How about 20 questions but with toothpicks and infinite questions? Go Play
@horatiu665‘s Toothpick Guesser now! All you need are two toothpicks and you are good to go.
Two Bears One Iceland
Two Bears One Iceland, pen and paper boardgame about bears stuck on icebergs, by